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Ever see 421 emblems on the wrong sides, Royal Lic Plate frames to wanna bee’s, I ask, your car from Royal, no the idiot says.
8 lug wheels, now everyone puts them on, and 8” Snowflake wheels, where the hell are they all coming from.
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----64 Grand Prix's with external 421 emblems. That the one 64 Pontiac body style didn't get those emblems. Also,,, Those factory sized chrome GM style air cleaner lids that don't have the double rolled edge. Can't take those!...….Bill S
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Ever see 421 emblems on the wrong sides, Royal Lic Plate frames to wanna bee’s, I ask, your car from Royal, no the idiot says.
8 lug wheels, now everyone puts them on, and 8” Snowflake wheels, where the hell are they all coming from.
The very first time I went to Vegas back in 87 I stayed at the Frontier for a sales conference. Stuck my head out of my room window (was on the 7th floor) and looked down The Strip. The first thought that popped into my mind was . . . I want to be the GE Lightbulb salesman for this territory.

Now I want to be the chrome magnum 500 wheel salesman!
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Regardless where or when assembled,1970 Chevelles with incorrect 1969 master cylinders.

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All GM master cylinders were painted black, they were not bare metal. That's a common restoration mistake.
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Ever see 421 emblems on the wrong sides, Royal Lic Plate frames to wanna bee’s, I ask, your car from Royal, no the idiot says.
8 lug wheels, now everyone puts them on, and 8” Snowflake wheels, where the hell are they all coming from.
Blame the restoration companies!
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The “Caution Fan” Ford sticker on Chevys.
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Oh, and cowl induction hoods on 1967-68 Camaros and pre-1970 Chevelles.
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Spoilers on 67 Camaros...Joe
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Blame the restoration companies!

My buddy did them wrong. LMAO. He also had Royal stuff on a Portland car lmao. I rode his ass all the time. It was Mickey Lolich’s 62 GP. Maybe someone here knows the car. It went to a Roush guy I heard.
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